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IJESD 2014 Vol.5(2): 212-216 ISSN: 2010-0264
DOI: 10.7763/IJESD.2014.V5.480

Waste Management Scenario through Community Based Waste Bank: A Case Study of Kepanjen District, Malang Regency, Indonesia

Hasfarm D. Purba, Christia Meidiana, and Dimas W. Adrianto
Abstract—The population growth in Kepanjen District leads to the waste volume increase. Due to the fact that the landfill in this area is approaching its maximum capacity, the local government needs to find out other alternatives to treat the waste. This article proposes one sort of solutions to prolong the landfill’s age through waste minimization involving community participation. Therefore, waste reduction through waste bank has been initiated in Kepanjen District. The primary survey in form of deep interview with related stakeholders has been conducted to gain the data used for community participation analysis. The output of community participation analysis is the level of community participation. The assessment of participation level is used five indicators of participation rate determined by local government. Afterwards, scenario approach is used. The scenario is made based on the level of participation in Kepanjen District. The result showed that Kepanjen District has three kind of participation rate which are low, medium, and high participation. Consequently, the scenarios proposed are pessimist scenario, fair scenario, and optimist scenario for low, medium, and high participation respectively. Pessimist scenario focuses on avoiding the community to do open burning causing air pollution and health injury. Meanwhile, the fair scenario starts to introduce the institution to the community to conduct the capacity building of the community in waste separation. The optimist scenario proposes the implementation of waste bank involving the community.

Index Terms—Waste Bank, community participation, waste management scenario.

The authors are with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Brawijaya University, Malang, East Java, Indonesia (e-mail: hasfarmdianpurba@ymail.com, c_meideiana@ub.ac.id, dimas_adrianto@yahoo.com).

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Cite:Hasfarm D. Purba, Christia Meidiana, and Dimas W. Adrianto, "Waste Management Scenario through Community Based Waste Bank: A Case Study of Kepanjen District, Malang Regency, Indonesia," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 212-216, 2014.

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